Deadwood can be a natural occurrence in trees and may be acceptable. Deadwood can also be a sign of tree stress and dieback and can be a major safety issue.

Deadwood is just what it says, it is a dead part of the tree which eventually will be shed.

Deadwood removal can not only remove the risk associated with it but can really visually clean up a trees canopy. Some deadwood can have hollow sections located within them and may contain habitat. Careful consideration should be given if any wildlife is located within or if the dead sections are stable enough to leave as a potential habitat structure.

Not sure? We can advise if the deadwood is stable enough for habitat, if it needs removing, as well as where it should be pruned back to to give the tree the best chance to heal that area over.

Removal of deadwood should be performed without damage to the tree (climbing with ropes only to ensure no damage to the tree). A good job of deadwood removal is when you wouldn’t know we’ve even done it, makes good firewood too!

We have all of the machinery and tools needed to carry out an effective removal of deadwood service, so if this is what you need, you can count on us to deliver it. Contact the team today for a free, no obligation quotation.

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Dear Wayne,

On behalf of the President and Members of the St Vincent de Paul’s Sunshine Coast Housing Management Housing Committee, Ecologist & tenants of Mary MacKillop Village, I wish to thank you and your team for the professional and efficient way you carried out the tree removal at MacKillop Village in Nambour. Expressions of praise came from all quarters and we are so grateful.